"That's from Dracula."
"I'm reading it. Don't tell me the end."
Sara Lance and Mick Rory[src]

Dracula is a fictional character in Bram Stoker's novel Dracula, a staple of the vampire depiction.


Written by Bram Stoker, Dracula tells a story of Count Dracula, a centuries-old vampire haunting London fought by Van Helsing.

During his mission to 1895 London to stop a presumed vampire, Mick Rory read the novel. Nate Heywood and Sara Lance also read it at some point, as acknowledged by them referencing the novel.[1]

Shortly before 2012, Cecil Adams was nicknamed "The Count" by the criminal underworld of Starling City due to having a modus operandi similar to vampires (leaving his victims with two scars on their necks, a result of his two-needle syringe he used to inject them with his experimental drug), referencing Count Dracula as well.[2]



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  • Historically Count Dracula is really a character from 1897 novel Dracula written by Bram Stoker. As original novel is in the public domain, so does the character which, among with a legendary status made him one of the most adapted fictional characters with hundreds of versions among literature, movies and comics.
  • In the DC comics, there are numerous versions of Dracula seen in the Multiverse.
  • Dominic Purcell, who portrayed Mick Rory, a character reading the Dracula novel, portrayed a version of the character himself in Blade: Trinity, a movie based on characters from Marvel Comics.


  1. "Return of the Mack"
  2. "Vertigo"
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